More demolition at listed Wrexham mines rescue station

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North Wales Police were called after more demolition work at the former Mines Rescue Station in Wrexham.

On Wednesday, demolition on the 1913 building was stopped by the local council, which said a safety certificate was needed.

Heritage body Cadw then listed the building, giving it protection.

But police were contacted on Friday after a demolition vehicle was seen entering the premises again, and the area has now been taped off.

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